Is there any case law supporting the principle that due diligence is fact-specific?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Chang v. Forest Ridge Landscaping Inc., 2022 ONSC 668 (CanLII):

The principle that due diligence is fact-specific is well-established. As Hourigan J.A. noted in Longo v. MacLaren Art Centre, 2014 ONCA 526 at para. 42: While some action must be taken, the nature and extent of the required action will depend on all of the circumstances of the case …

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